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Web 2.0 and Wall Street

Peter Bloom, Managing Director, General Atlantic LLC
William H. Janeway, Vice Chairman, Warburg Pincus

Track: O'Reilly Radar Executive Briefing
Date: Monday, March 26
Time: 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Location: Douglas B

It occurred to me recently that Web 2.0 (particularly the emerging Google economy) and financial markets have a lot in common. Both are highly networked information markets with a lot of money sloshing around in them. What can the Google economy learn from Wall Street, and what is Wall Street learning from Web 2.0? We'll talk about this subject with Peter Bloom, now a managing partner at General Atlantic Partners and the former CIO/CTO of Salomon Brothers, and economist Bill Janeway, former vice chairman of Warburg Pincus. The more I look at this subject, the more intrigued I get. Examining the parallels between these two economic ecosystems helps us to extrapolate new developments in both. There's a lot of food for thought for both investors and entrepreneurs here!